U.S. Embassy London Chargé d’Affaires Philip Reeker shared a video on Twitter of himself and his fellow representatives whetting their appetites with a range of delicacies including square sausages and Cranachan . “It’s not a bad soda,” said Mr Reeker, sipping a glass of Irn-Bru brewed in Glasgow. Register nowRead More →

The White House lights up in the colors of the rainbow to celebrate the Supreme Court’s opinion legalizing same-sex marriage in the fifty states on June 26, 2015Photo: Shutterstock Over 60 House Democrats wrote a letter to Secretary of State Antony Blinken demanding that the Biden administration lift the banRead More →

Police are investigating a complaint that staff at the Vietnamese Embassy in Wellington are asking for money to help Vietnamese nationals seek help during the Covid-19 pandemic. “I can confirm that we have received a report and that we are conducting an investigation,” said a police spokeswoman. Hung Truong, whoRead More →

The foreign ministry defended staff at its embassy in Kabul after documents identifying Afghan workers and job seekers were left behind. The select foreign affairs committee is set to open an investigation after a Times reporter on Tuesday found newspapers containing the contact details of seven Afghans, during a tourRead More →

The Australian government said it had granted humanitarian visas to more than 100 Afghan nationals working in its embassy, ​​a day after announcing that their visa applications had been rejected. Conflicting information has caused confusion as thousands attempt to flee the Taliban regime. More than 100 embassy guards and full-timeRead More →

Moscow ready to issue visas to new US embassy staff, senior Russian diplomat noted Thursday, after the Russian Ambassador to Washington denounced the strict visa issuance procedures for Russian employees. Alexander Bikantov, deputy foreign ministry spokesman, said Russia was “open to dialogue” despite what he described as Washington’s “non-constructive approach”.Read More →

In a statement announcing the decision on Thursday, the Belarusian foreign ministry said it was reducing the number of “diplomatic and administrative-technical” staff at the embassy, ​​without specifying the number of staff who will be affected. The ministry’s press secretary Anatoly Glaz said that in addition to the reduction inRead More →